Send in the Clowns
Humor As a Weapon

Send in the Clowns - Humor As a Weapon
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Danielle

Great documentary, but not the title documentary about clowns without borders in Haiti. See the website and subtitle for Send in the Clowns.

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Minami

Thanks for your comment! You can find "Send in the Clowns - Clowns Without Borders Visit Haiti" here: Read more

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Elizabeth

I loved it. Would have appreciated a bit m,ire closure at the end, but otherwise, this is remarkable.

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